The EU Sample Clauses

The EU. The distribution of competences across the EU and its Member States was, as we alluded to supra, uncertain at the moment the Uruguay Round was launched. It was clarified at the end of the round, when the EU jointly requested an opinion from the European Court of Justice (ECJ) on this matter. Although sitting in the driver’s seat, and act- ing as if it was fully competent, throughout the round the EU agent, the Commission, was on a tight leash: its negotiating positions were not only ex ante decided but also ex post scrutinized by the EU Member States. De facto, however, this does not seem to have been a major impediment.92 Moreover, a positive external effect stemmed from the intra-EU distribution of competences: the common agent, the Commission, had to report back to 12 Member States with divergent interests. The EU kept very compre- hensive and detailed records of each and every discussion, participated in practically all meetings, and emerged as a key player in the negotiations.
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The EU. On 1 May 2004, the new EU Regulation on Technology Transfer Agreements en- tered into force.96 This Regulation is the result of the EU’s overhauling and “mod- ernizing” its entire enforcement system as well as reconsidering its policies vis- a`-vis horizontal and vertical cooperation, and, in particular, its policy vis-a`-vis licensing agreements.97 By a “more economic approach” the Regulation clearly 91 See Xxx, Newberg, U.S. Enforcement Approaches to the Antitrust-Intellectual Property Interface, in Anderson, Gallini, at 343, 347 et seq. 92 See Section 5.2. 93 OECD, Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises – Revision 2000–, Paris 2000, at 26 (text), 53 et seq. (commentary). 94 For the various approaches within the WTO see Xxxxx, Globalization, Competition and Trade Policy: Issues and Challenges, in Za¨ ch, 3, 25 et seq.; Xxxxxxxxxx, Competition-oriented Reforms of the WTO World Trade System – Proposals and Policy Options, ibid. at 43 et seq. 95 See WTO, Report of the Working Group on the Interaction Between Trade and Competition Policy to the General Council of December 8, 1998 (WT/WGTCP/2); WTO, Annual Report 1997, 72; Heinemann, Problems of Intellectual Property Rights and Competition Policy – The Approach of the WTO Working Group on Trade and Competition, in Za¨ ch, at 299 et seq. 96 See Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU) 2004 L 123/11. See also above, under Section 3 of this Chapter. 97 See European Commission, Commission Evaluation Report of 20.12.2001 on the Transfer of Technology Block Exemption Regulation No. 240/96 (Technology Transfer Agreements under Article 81) (COM(2001) 786 final). See <xxxx://xxxxxx.xx.xxx/eur-lex/en/com/rpt/2001/com2001 0786en01.pdf>. 570 Competition distinguishes between licensing agreements concluded between competitors and those between non-competitors. A broadly defined (automatic) block exemption is granted, for competing undertakings, where the combined market share of the un- dertakings party to an agreement does not exceed 20% of the affected relevant tech- nology and product market. For non-competing undertakings, the automatic block exemption is granted where the market share of each of the parties to the agree- ment does not exceed 30% of the affected relevant technology and product mar- ket.98 Above these market shares even horizontal agreements would still benefit from a broad rule of reason analysis of each individual case,99 the more economic approach being oriented toward an efficiency test simi...
The EU. Civilian Operations Commander shall assume responsibility for and exercise command and control of EUAM Ukraine at strategic level.
The EU. EOM and its members shall uphold the principles of impartiality, objectivity and strict independence in carrying out the EU/EOM mandate. EU/EOM observers shall respect the 1998 Code of Conduct for European Union Election Observers. The EU/EOM shall be guided by the principles adopted in the 2005 Declaration of Principles for International Election Observation and Code of Conduct for International Election Observers.
The EU. (a) the European Commission having adopted and formally notified the Distributor of (or having been deemed to have adopted) all decisions and approvals necessary pursuant to the EU Merger Regulation to allow completion of the Proposed Transaction;

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  • Occupational Health and Safety Committee The Employer and the Union agree to cooperate in the promotion of safe working conditions, the prevention of accidents, the prevention of workplace injuries and the promotion of safe workplace practices.

  • OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY 47 22.1 Statutory Compliance 47 22.2 Occupational Health and Safety Committee 47 22.3 Unsafe Work Conditions 49 22.4 Investigation of Accidents 49 22.5 Occupational First Aid Requirements and Courses 49 22.6 Occupational Health and Safety Courses 50 22.7 Injury Pay Provisions 50 22.8 Transportation of Accident Victims 50 22.9 Working Hazards 51 22.10 Video Display Terminals 51 22.11 Safety Equipment 51 22.12 Dangerous Goods, Special Wastes and Pesticides & Harmful Substances 51 22.13 Communicable Diseases 51 22.14 Workplace Violence 51 22.15 Pollution Control 52 22.16 Working Conditions 52 22.17 Asbestos 52 22.18 Employee Safety Travelling to and from Work 52 22.19 Strain Injury Prevention 52 ARTICLE 23 - TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE 53 23.1 Definition 53 23.2 Notice 53 23.3 Commencing Negotiations 53 23.4 Failure to Reach Agreement 53 23.5 Training Benefits 53 23.6 Transfer Arrangements 54 23.7 Severance Arrangements 54 ARTICLE 24 - CONTRACTING OUT 54 24.1 Contracting Out 54 24.2 Additional Limitation on Contracting Out 54 ARTICLE 25 - HEALTH AND WELFARE 55 25.1 Basic Medical Insurance 55 25.2 Benefit Entitlement for Part-Time Regular Employees 55 25.3 Extended Health Care Plan 55 25.4 Dental Plan 56 25.5 Group Life 56 25.6 Accidental Death and Dismemberment 56 25.7 Business Travel Accident Policy 57 25.8 WorkSafeBC Claim 57 25.9 Employment Insurance 57 25.10 Medical Examination 57 25.11 Legislative Changes 57 25.12 Employee and Family Assistance Program 57 (v) 25.13 Health and Welfare Plans 57 25.14 Designation of Spouse 58 ARTICLE 26 - WORK CLOTHING 58 26.1 Protective Clothing 58 26.2 Union Label 58 26.3 Uniforms 58 26.4 Maintenance of Clothing 58 26.5 Lockers 58

  • HEALTH AND SAFETY 6.5.1 The Supplier shall promptly notify the Authority of any health and safety hazards which may arise in connection with the performance of its obligations under the Contract. The Authority shall promptly notify the Supplier of any health and safety hazards which may exist or arise at the Premises and which may affect the Supplier in the performance of its obligations under the Contract.

  • Health and Safety Committee Where required a committee will be formed and will meet where required by the Employer’s safety policies and by statute.

  • Data Protection Legislation the UK Data Protection Legislation and any other European Union legislation relating to personal data and all other legislation and regulatory requirements in force from time to time which apply to a party relating to the use of Personal Data (including, without limitation, the privacy of electronic communications) and the guidance and codes of practice issued by the Information Commissioner or relevant government department in relation to such legislation.

  • Joint Occupational Health and Safety Committee The Employer and the Union recognize the role of the joint Occupational Health and Safety Committee in promoting a safe and healthful workplace. The parties agree that a Joint Occupational Health and Safety Committee shall be established for each Employer covered by this Collective Agreement. The Committee shall govern itself in accordance with the provisions of the Industrial Health and Safety Regulations made pursuant to the Workers’ Compensation Act. The Committee shall be as between the Employer and the Union, with equal representation, and with each party appointing its own representatives. Representatives of the Union shall be chosen by the Union membership or appointed by the Union. All minutes of the meetings of the Joint Occupational Health & Safety Committee will be recorded in a mutually agreeable format and will be sent to the Union. The Union further agrees to actively pursue with the other Health Care Unions a Joint Union Committee for the purposes of this Article. The Employer agrees to provide or cause to be provided to Employer members of the Joint Occupational Health and Safety Committee adequate training and orientation to the duties and responsibilities of committee members to allow the incumbents to fulfil those duties competently. The Union agrees to provide or cause to be provided to Union members of the Joint Occupational Health and Safety Committee adequate training and orientation to the duties and responsibilities of committee members to allow the incumbents to fulfil those duties competently. Such training and orientation shall take place within six (6) months of taking office.

  • Data Protection All personal data contained in the agreement shall be processed in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 45/2001 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data by the EU institutions and bodies and on the free movement of such data. Such data shall be processed solely in connection with the implementation and follow-up of the agreement by the sending institution, the National Agency and the European Commission, without prejudice to the possibility of passing the data to the bodies responsible for inspection and audit in accordance with EU legislation (Court of Auditors or European Antifraud Office (XXXX)). The participant may, on written request, gain access to his personal data and correct any information that is inaccurate or incomplete. He/she should address any questions regarding the processing of his/her personal data to the sending institution and/or the National Agency. The participant may lodge a complaint against the processing of his personal data with the [national supervising body for data protection] with regard to the use of these data by the sending institution, the National Agency, or to the European Data Protection Supervisor with regard to the use of the data by the European Commission.

  • Health and Safety Plan 5. Xxxxxx shall prepare and submit under separate cover from the Work Plan, a Health and Safety Plan consistent with Occupational Safety and Health Administration regulations. The Health and Safety Plan shall be submitted to the Department in the form of one electronic copy on compact disk (in .pdf format). Xxxxxx agrees that the Health and Safety Plan is submitted to the Department only for informational purposes. The Department expressly disclaims any liability that may result from implementation of the Health and Safety Plan by Xxxxxx. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION

  • Health and Safety Committees A. The parties agree that Joint Union/Management Health and Safety Committees are appropriate. At the Union's request, each department shall establish at least one Joint Union/Management Health and Safety Committee.

  • PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY (APPLIES TO RNS ONLY 19.01 The parties agree that resident care is enhanced if concerns relating to professional practice and workload are resolved in a timely and effective manner, as set out below; In the event that the Home assigns a number of residents or a workload to an individual employee or group of employees, such that she or they have cause to believe that she or they are being asked to perform more work than is consistent with proper resident care, she or they shall: